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Chapter 10. Using the Outlook Address Bo... > Understanding the Outlook Address Bo...

Understanding the Outlook Address Books

Outlook has the capability to access different stores or lists of information that can provide you with people's e-mail addresses and other contact information, such as phone numbers and addresses. The address books that you can access include the Personal Address Book, your Contacts list, and other directory lists that are provided by other e-mail systems and communication servers. For example, in a corporate network, a Microsoft Exchange Server can provide you with a Global Address list that is shared by all users on the Exchange network. The e-mail addresses of any users on the network are then easily found in one resource.

The Contacts List You might notice contacts in the list of address books; this list contains entries you create in your Contacts list. For more information about the Contacts list, see Lesson 11, “Creating a Contacts List.”



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